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're going to continue to chat about this all morning. he writes by the end of president clinton's second term our economy created 23 million new jobs, incomes rose, poverty fell, deficits became the biggest surplus in history. and what his point in part of this op-ed is if you look to the last democrat who he says he's shaping himself in that, in that image, if you will, you know, he was successful in that kind of a strategy. >>> the first two years of president clinton's administration weren't terribly interesting. the economy didn't do very well. however, in november of 1994, when the republicans won the house and the senate, all of a sudden, the stock market started going up, job creation started going up, we got a cut in the capital gains tax, a cut in the capital gains tax, and all of clinton's spending programs were eliminated. all of the things he was going to spend money on. he was planning on having deficits $200 billion a year, if you look at his budget from '93 and '94. what changed was he lost control of congress and all of his spending plans were taken off the table. that's
administration. good to have you with us. richard socarides is former senior adviser to president clinton. ben smith we're going to go ahead and introduce. he is stuck in traffic, as you know, the traffic is so awful in new york city. i mean, it takes such a long time to even get across town or downtown, because, of course, with the subways only now getting back into service in a limited way, a huge problem. ben, normally i would mock you for not getting to my show, but today i will not. we'll start with john berman. he has a look at some of the stories making news. >> meanwhile, flights have resumed at laguardia after a lot of disruption from sandy. look at these pictures. it's impressive they got it open today. new york city's other two major airports reopened yesterday morning. this doesn't mean everything is back to normal. all three airports are running at reduced schedules. >>> cnn ireporter george dupont shot these stunning images in connecticut. both were just piled on top of each other at a boatyard on bluff avenue, and right near homes, practically on top of homes nearby. he's lived
. you might remember that he ran fema under president clinton. you had something like 350 disaster that is fema responded to in your tenure. how would you rate or rank what we're seeing in this storm with what you've been through? >> well, i think that fema has done an excellent job. craig fugate is a very extremely experienced emergency manager from florida and has done a very good job. i'm very proud of him in prepositioning those resource, pumps, generators, search and rescue teams, disaster teams. they've had them all in preposition before this storm came ashore. >> you heard from many people, the con ed, for example, said this is the worst that they've had to go through. we know for the folks who run the subways say the very same thing. is this true? would you say this particular storm as it has made its way up and continues, i should add, has been one of the most devastating storms that all these emergency responders have had to deal with? >> it's very devastating. we'll just have to wait and see and see what the cost is going to be on this. i heard an estimate of $20 billion
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